Frank Keating says small businesses want Congress to stop threatening default and start compromising. Christine Romans asks a former Republican governor if businesses might shift their support towards more moderate GOP candidates because of debt debacle.
By October 17, the U.S. government may not be able to pay all its bills. Christine Romans explains who might not get paid.
Once again, the country is teetering on the edge of government shutdown. Lack of compromise in Washington has put us here before. Christine Romans looks back to the shutdown of 1995 to see what the worst case scenario would be like today.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer discusses how he would oversee New York City's pension funds if he were to be elected the city's comptroller.
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer tells Christine Romans he's confident he'll have the signatures to launch his bid for comptroller of New York City.
Christine Romans, Ken Rogoff, Stephen Moore and Candy Crowley discuss what the candidates have promised, and what topics they're avoiding.
The former labor secretary tells Ali Velshi why Paul Ryan's proposed cuts would ruin the recovery.
The former co-chair of the Simpson-Bowles commission tells Ali Velshi why no politicians are serious about trimming our debt.
CNNi's Richard Quest and Penn Financial Group President Matt McCall tell Christine Romans why they're still skeptical of the social media stock.
The Wall Street Journal's Stephen Moore tells Christine Romans why politicians are still talking about Rand's "Atlas Shrugged," a book written almost 60 years ago.